After the launch of four separate Galaxy S10 phones with different sized screens, maybe it shouldn’t come as a surprise that Samsung is considering more than one display size for the upcoming Galaxy Note 10. ETNews reports that the Note 10 will be offered at two different sizes — both with LTE — and that there will also be a version with 5G.
According to the report, the Note 10 will come in 6.28-inch and 6.75-inch sizes. That might not sound like a huge difference, but it suggests that Samsung is trying to go about as big as it can without making a straight-up tablet phone.
The smaller device’s 6.28-inch display would put it between the 6.1-inch Galaxy S10 and 6.4-inch Galaxy S10 Plus; the larger 6.75-inch variant would be closer in line with the Galaxy S10 5G — rumored to be going up for preorders very soon — and its monstrous 6.7-inch screen.
ETNews says that Samsung might offer both of these sizes with standard LTE and 5G, meaning there could be four total versions of the Note 10 — and that’s before you even get to different storage options. The report claims the 5G model might have four rear cameras. If so, it’s very likely the fourth one will be the same time-of-flight sensor that’s on the S10 5G.
It seems unlike Samsung to shake up the Note in this way and put out two different display choices. But if you’ve been clamoring for even more screen real estate than what the Note 9 can offer, maybe a 6.75-inch Note 10 can up your productivity game even more. If history is any indication, Samsung will announce the Galaxy Note 10 sometime this August.